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Emerald Ash Borer: 

Emerald Ash Borer treatments are vital! We determine how much product is needed by the diameter of your tree at breast height. Ash borer treatments will start by drilling small holes above the root flares. Root flares are great areas for uptake, moisture is prevalent so the product will travel fast. It typically takes 18 months for the back to recover. We insert a plug into the tree to keep the product in the tree. We will then administer a series of 3ML doses of Treeage through our patented Arbor Jet gun. Once your trees have had an Ash Borer treatment they will be protected for 2 years within 4 days of the treatment. Ash Trees can be treated for Emerald Ash Borer at any point in time during the growing season. Memorial Day through October is the typical growing season for our area.

We can typically tree your Ash Trees for Emerald Ash Borer within a day or two of contacting us. Our Ash Borer treatments are priceless! We will guarantee our services, your tree will be protected from Emerald Ash Borer for two years.  Your trees will need to be treated every two years. Now is the time to ensure we as a community protect our trees. This devastating insect will potentially kill 87,000 trees in Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas. Do you part and protect our landscape investment.

Ash Borer treatment and discovery:

Sioux Falls has discovered Ash Borer on the north side of town in the spring of 2018. Its vital to our Ash Tree population that we treat them for Emerald Ash Borer within a 15 mile radius. If you have Ash trees now is the time for a treatment. Our Ash Borer treatments are directly injected into the tree and will be trans located throughout the tree within 4 days. Its our responsibility to make sure our landscapes are protected. South Dakota state’s arborist Dr. John Ball states “If you have Ash Trees now is the time. Hire someone to treat your tree for Ash Borer! You cant tell if your tree has Emerald Ash Borer, just treat them!”

Emerald Ash Borer Facts:

Emerald Ash Borer has killed tens of millions of trees across many states. It was first found in Detroit Michigan. Ash borer is an Asian beetle that borers into the bark of your trees and causing it to die back. Sioux Falls has 87,000 trees that need to be protected. It has killed at  tens of millions of ash trees so far and threatens to kill most of the 8.7 billion ash trees throughout North America. Emerald ash borer kills young trees several years before reaching their seeding age of 10 years. Ash trees in our climate grown .4in diameter per year. Studies has shown Emerald Ash Borer treatments year after year have shown no adverse effects on the environment. Our treatment methods are similar to the city of Milwaukee WI. They have saved every single Ash Tree they have treated. Rest assured we have your trees best interest in mind. Our goal is to do what’s necessary to ensure Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas are protected from this devastating insect. 

Why us?

Sioux Falls knows Equity Green. We treated the most trees in Sioux Falls in 2018 for a reason. We care. Our goal is to save all the Ash Trees possible. Its vital to our community and the Earth we do our part. James Hammer, Sioux Falls Licensed Arborist #362 cares about our landscape.  Trees Breathe Life. 

 

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